- Long before the Internet there was an America. Shortly
after the Internet began, as a global medium for knowledge and information,
as well as communication, America On Line was born. Very soon it became
a household word that became simply AOL. It was one of many ISP's and very
soon it became one of the largest, and most profitable in a large field
of service oriented on-line institutions.
- Then came the hijacking of the nation by the cabal of
Cheney-Bush. Shortly after that the disaster of 9-11 began to take us all
into a completely other dimension. In this New World Order, security became
not just the most important thing, but also the only thing that seemingly
anyone cared about. Fear had once again triumphed over freedom and civil
rights. That ushered in TIA or Total Information Awareness, with its director
being a convicted felon, the former Admiral John Poindexter. His idiocies
were finally exposed and the programs supposedly were killed, but they
never died. They just changed their name and are now not only healthy,
but the FBI has just instituted all of Poindexter's wildest dreams on all
this nation's ISP's: "Carnivore" is alive and well and inside
whatever you send or receive.
- AOL, despite all their success and their entire marketing,
advertising, and increasing subscriber base, has decided to become an unofficial
arm of HOMELAND security and the Justice department. To that end they have
instituted new software that reads all messages that pass through their
ISP, and they have begun deciding who will be allowed to read what. Hence
America-On-Line has now become ASHCROFT-on-line.
- AOL currently hides behind "new software" which
is their excuse for every intrusion into the thoughts and transmissions
between private individuals. Whenever anyone complains about these detected
intrusions into private communications between any number of people
a computer message handles all the dirty-little-details and cannot
be confronted about what is really going on. So all attempts to discuss
the reasons for any blocked messages have no quarter to appeal to.
- AOL is in effect hijacking what you can say, or what
those who are subscribers, are "allowed to read." There does
not seem to be a law against this foul practice, but there damn well ought
to be. The speed and ease of communication, without censorship, by the
government was part of the original appeal behind the Internet, and was
one of the reasons that this medium has become so popular among so many
- So when you see AOL in that address on your computer,
just beware that whatever or whoever you are sending to, or receiving from,
is being closely monitored by several agencies of the government. There
are those who are not bothered by this 'added safeguard.' But for the rest
of us, please remember that AOL now stands for ASHCROFT on-line.
- AOL is also deceptive in their privacy rules, hiding
the names of those who own it and direct it: Once the public learns about
their current real purposes, they may not have a company to worry about
much longer. There will be an America long after AOL has spent their unearned
reputation, and gone the way of all despicable and opportunistic endeavors:
and that is as it should be. Because if AOL cannot make it by being straight
with its customer base, then they should fail, after-all isn't that the
- These are very difficult times in which we live. Everyone
needs to be able to depend on what they are able to learn, about all the
various explosive situations that are unfolding on both the national and
international stages of our lives. Of course there's a lot of disinformation
out there on all sides. But no one needs to have yet another false-flag
institution in the middle of these debates. And no one has asked for commercial
censorship, except John "J. Edgar" Ashcroft. If Ashcroft-on-line
wants to continue as the US Department of Justice's ISP, then they should
say so, proudly! Otherwise they deserve to lose the support of all those
who disagree with their current policies.
- Think about this. What's next from AOL? Will they now
begin to edit the messages sent, of course to better protect their subscribers,
from the big-bad wolf of world affairs? It's not impossible: after all
they are already the uninvited censors in all that their subscribers now
say or send so why not just help them out a bit more, by adding or
subtracting just a word or two?
- The decision is yours to make. Will you continue to use
AOL, or receive e-mail from AOL addresses? This is not about preference
it's about survival. This is not a matter of commercial choice it's
about your rights to expected privacy, and the privacy that you are paying
to receive! Perhaps whether or not there will continue to be an America,
may also depend on the outting of institutions, such as Ashcroft On Line.
This is our country, and we ought to be able to have some say about what
goes on inside it!